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# Yemen

Last month
May 2024
Arab League calls for UN peacekeeping force in Palestine as Abbas throws barb at Hamas
This year
Cargo ship loaded with fertiliser sinks after being damaged by Houthi missiles, Yemen says
US and UK forces launch new strikes against 18 Houthi targets in Yemen
US launches five strikes on Houthi targets in Yemen a day after rebels struck oil tanker
Iran says it 'will not hesitate' to respond to US attack on its territory
US and UK launch dozens of strikes on Houthi locations in Yemen
US strikes Houthi target in Yemen after attack on British oil tanker
US and UK militaries jointly hit Houthi missile sites in Yemen for second time
US strikes in Yemen after Houthis re-designated 'terrorist' entity
Yemenis face uncertain future as US-UK airstrikes prompt fears of escalating violence
The Explainer: Why did the US and the UK start bombing Yemen - and who are the Houthis?
US to reclassify Houthis as 'specially designated terrorists'
US strikes Yemen again as Houthi rebels claim attack on Greek-owned cargo ship
US ship hit by missile in Red Sea as Sunak says air strikes against Houthis were 'self-defence'
Houthi rebels say that US and British interests were 'legitimate targets' after air strikes
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan today said the US and UK wanted to turn Red Sea into a ‘bloodbath’.
Explainer: Why did the US and UK just launch airstrikes in Yemen?
Sunak holds Cabinet call amid speculation of strikes against Houthi rebels over Red Sea attacks
Maersk extends suspension of Red Sea route, as UN Security Council to discuss shipping attacks
UK willing to take 'direct action' over Red Sea attacks by Houthi rebels in Yemen
Last year
UN-led peace process announces Yemeni warring factions agree to ceasefire
Freight expert on Red Sea attacks: Hope it's not an 'Ever Given' scenario but potentially a big issue
Fears of major global trade disruption because of attacks on Red Sea cargo ships
Norwegian ship hit by 'unidentified object' in Red Sea shortly after BP suspends operations
Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd suspends routes through Red Sea after ships attacked
Huthi rebels in Yemen kill ten soldiers in 'surprise attack', breaking a shaky peace
Saudi border guards have killed hundreds on Yemeni border this year, Human Rights Watch reports
At least 85 people killed after crowd surge at Yemen charity distribution
Exchange of prisoners in Yemen’s nine year long civil war has begun, Red Cross says
With a ceasefire in place, Yemenis are still suffering from the weapons of war
14 women and children drown in shipwreck off Yemen on way to wedding
All time
Irish diplomat and ex-Defence Forces officer Michael Beary survives explosion in Yemen
UN says Yemen’s warring sides agree to renew existing truce for two months
Yemen's warring parties agree to two-month truce, starting tomorrow
People in famine conditions in war-torn Yemen projected to increase five-fold this year, UN warns
Death toll rises after air strike on Yemen prison
Belarus airline bans Iraqis, Syrians, Yemenis from incoming Turkey flights
Bodies of 25 people recovered off Yemen after boat capsizes
Yemen's Huthi rebels advance on last government controlled city after taking control of nearby mountain
Explosions hit Yemen airport moments after plane carrying government officials arrives
'People die in a surprisingly short amount of time': Call for urgent intervention as war-torn Yemen battles Covid-19